Bradley Birkenfeld, the former Swiss banker who became an IRS whistleblower and was awarded $104 million after serving a U.S. prison sentence, wants his probation to end early so he can move back to Europe.
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The U.S. Internal Revenue Service paid whistleblowers a record $125 million in 2012, according to the agency's annual report to Congress.
FTI Consulting this week announced the results of its research into U.K. business leaders’ perception of the Bribery Act. While no one expected the new law to immediately eradicate bribery by U.K. businesses, what's surprising is the number of business people who freely admit they would flout the rules to win business.
The news today that former jailed banker Bradley Birkenfeld will be paid $104 million by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a whistleblower may be the biggest FCPA enforcement event of the year.